Timothy Weah appears to be loving life at Celtic following his arrival from Paris Saint-Germain on loan last month.
The 18-year-old has had an outstanding five matches for The Bhoys already across all competitions, having registered three goals and one assist so far.
He managed to play a vital role as a super-sub in their game against St Johnstone on Sunday, as he had a direct impact in the two goals that were scored, having created the first for James Forrest before finding the net to seal the three points.
The young American spoke after the game about his performance, however, there was one particular man he was asked about and admitted it was ‘truly amazing’ to be led by him.
Scott Brown put in a stellar performance once again for the club, just days after signing a new deal to remain at Celtic Park and Weah revealed he could not wait to play with him even more.
“The team has been great,” he told Sky Sports, via HITC Sport, in his post-match interview.
“Being led by a captain like this is truly amazing and I cannot wait to have more games under him and more games with the guys. It’s an amazing feeling [playing in Scotland with Celtic].”
Weah has certainly made an instant impact at Celtic and could be well on the way to becoming a firm favourite with the fans.
His comments about Brown will not have gone unnoticed either, as the club’s skipper is considered a legend by those in the green half of Glasgow.
Although the two men are extremely different players and are at the other end of the spectrum in regards to their careers, Weah could certainly learn a lot from the midfielder in the next six months that will help aid his development even further.
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